For entry level hard tail is good ( I assume that you are not going to do any hardcore offroading). Secondly if you are buying this bike only because it has quick release, just to tell you, you can always convert your wheel hub to a quick release later. IMO concentrate on getting a good cycle, these minor mods can be done later. Check Decathlon in Zirakpur for rockrider and Darshan Cycles in sector 37 for raleigh. Last time I checked they had good cycles in your budget + about 2K.I need to only occasional weekend rides (city+ offroad). Also the above bike has quick release on front and back wheel, so I think, it it easy to carry in my Alto car. For off roading single suspension is sufficient?
Price is 11k
How much it will cost? And how the brakes? have you ever felt disc brakes are necessary?I am using btwin 340 for last six months without any problem, just check the size which will suit you according to your height and adjust the saddle properly you won't face any problem.
It cost me 12500/-. I cycle around 20-30kph, I never felt disc brakes are required, caliper are equally good. What will be your main use and how many km will you be cycling daily. For city ride go with hard tail.How much it will cost? And how the brakes? have you ever felt disc brakes are necessary?
Its actual price is 14k but there was discount in Oct so the difference. Before buying check the size M,L according to your height If your height is around 5' 6" to 5' 9" go for M size. Adjusting Saddle height is very important.here at Decathlon Store they quoted me 14K. My main use is city + weekends off- roading. Daily city commute is around 7-8Km. I am intend towards offroading more so thinking to buy a MTB.